Pa. Regulator Won't Let Sunoco Start Pipeline Facility Work

Law360, Philadelphia (October 26, 2017, 7:53 PM EDT) -- The commissioners of Pennsylvania’s Public Utility Commission on Thursday unanimously agreed to certify an administrative law judge’s July decision stopping Sunoco Pipeline LP from beginning work on a Chester County valve station for its controversial Mariner East 2 pipeline, siding with West Goshen Township.

The four commissioners agreed with Administrative Law Judge Elizabeth Barnes’ finding that Sunoco plausibly violated an earlier settlement agreement in which it said all aboveground facilities for the proposed pipeline would be built on a site that hosted existing aboveground infrastructure....
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